Kelvin Yu

Kelvin Yu

Kelvin Yu (born 1979) is an American actor and writer. Yu's first film was the 2003 comedy The Utopian Society. He later made an uncredited appearance in the 2005 film Elizabethtown. The following year, Yu had a supporting role in the comedy Grandma's Boy. Yu played a role in the Ghost Whisperer episode "Double Exposure" (3x6) as Joseph. Yu had a supporting role in the 2008 Academy Award-winning biographical political drama Milk. Yu has starred in several short films, including 2006's My Prince, My Angel. Yu later appeared with Linda Park on the ABC series Women's Murder Club, and a lead role in the 2007 short film Fortune Hunters. In 2020, he played a role in Wonder Woman 1984. Yu had a recurring role in the Netflix original series Master of None as the character of Brian Chang, the on-screen analogue of the show's creator Alan Yang, described as a "hottie" by Vulture magazine. He provides the voice of a minor character on The Great North. In 2022 Yu appeared in the Apple TV+ series The Afterparty.
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Santa Ana, California, USA
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Tilt
6
The Utopian Society
The Utopian Society
6
Big Time
Big Time
0
TiMER
TiMER
6.2
Area 57
Area 57
6.7
Cloverfield
Cloverfield
6.7
Somebody I Used to Know
Somebody I Used to Know
5.9
Grandma's Boy
Grandma's Boy
6.5
Maximum Truth
Maximum Truth
5.9
Wonder Woman 1984
Wonder Woman 1984
6.5
Combustion
Combustion
5.2
Milk
Milk
7.3
Star Trek
Star Trek
7.4
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